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  • Ad hoc working group on the relations between the three organs of UNESCO -  

    The General Conference requested in 32 C/Resolution 81 “…that the President of the 32nd session of the General Conference, in consultation with the Director-General and with the Chairperson of the Executive Board, establish an ad hoc working group whose mandate would be to examine the relations between the three organs of UNESCO and recommend the most effective means to strengthen the respective roles of the General Conference and the Executive Board, while reflecting on the report of the ad hoc working group (1995-1997) chaired by Mr Krogh and the contents of document 32 C/20;”. The General Conference also recommended “…that the ad hoc working group be made up of 18 experts from Member States (i.e. three experts from each electoral group), selected in consultation with the electoral groups, and that proposal be made to the President of the 32nd session of the General Conference for approval and appointment to the ad hoc working group;”.

    The first meeting of the ad hoc working group was held at UNESCO Headquarters on Friday, 30 April 2004, following the closure of the 169th session of the Executive Board. During this meeting, the group elected its bureau, decided on procedural matters and established its methods and schedule of work. The group also adopted its terms of reference.



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